Welcome to Alex Fish's
Low Power Circuits & Systems Lab
The LPC&S lab, located in the VLSI Systems Center at Ben Gurion University, specializes on the design and development of ultra low power integrated circuits. Our LPC&S lab has introduced innovative techniques for power reduction in memory and sensor arrays, energy estimation and efficient implementation of low voltage digital logic.
The LPC&S lab research focuses on sub-threshold and near-threshold digital logic, low voltage SRAM and Flash memory arrays, layout and design techniques for process variations reduction, low power CMOS image sensors, sub-threshold asynchronous design and low power applications.
Both our design and measurements labs are equipped with cutting-edge tools and equipment, allowing us to design, model and measure ultra low power chips in nanoscale processes.
In addition, we provide a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in the field and provide opportunities for M.Sc and Ph.D theses for talented students.
- 30 MAy - Rambo 40nm testchip was taped out
- Our first 40nm test chip, micknamed "Rambo", was taped out after three months of hard work
- 15 April - Ultra low power 80nm test chip is alive
- Preliminary measurements of the 80nm sub-threshold test chip indicate that all test structures are fully functional
Contact Us: Low Power Circuts&Systems Lab
The VLSI Systems Center
Ben Gurion University, POB 653
Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel
Phone: +972 8 647 7157